- £1 million - The amount in pounds donated from the Libor fund to support the event
- 8 - The percentage of the British team who are in the RAF
- 9 - The number of sports included in the Games
- 13 - The number of nations taking part
- 23 - The percentage of the British team who are in the naval service
- 42 - The percentage of the British team who are still serving members of the armed forces
- 58 - The percentage of veterans in the British team
- 67 - The number of days of training completely in the build-up to the selection of the British team
- 69 - The percentage of the British team in the army
- 131 - The number of people in the British armed forces team
- 400 - The rough number of participants in the Games
- 497 - The number of coaching hours completed in the build-up to the British team selection
- Teams have travelled from the USA, Denmark, Estonia, France and Italy, Canada, Holland, Australia, Afghanistan, Georgia, New Zealand and Germany for the games, which were inspired by the United States' Warrior Games
- Tonight an audience will gather on the South Lawn of the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park for the prelude to the start of the competition, which has been put together by Kim Gavin, creative director of the 2012 Olympics closing ceremony
Prince Harry's inaugural Invictus Games will officially open tonight with a military-themed ceremony at the home of the London 2012 Olympics.
The opening ceremony for the games for injured servicemen and women will feature an exclusive performance of the official anthem penned by Coldplay's Chris Martin as well as a flypast from the Red Arrows over the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in London.
The 5,000-strong audience will include Prince Harry, his brother the Duke of Cambridge, their father the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall.
As his speech blew away, raising laughter from the audience, Harry was forced to retrieve it, joking:
Watch the clip below.
'Team GB' for Prince Harry's Invictus Games has been unveiled in London. The games will be the largest multi-sports event in the Olympic Park since London 2012. Fourteen countries will compete over four days
The team of over 100 athletes from the Armed Forces chosen to represent Great Britain at the upcoming Invictus Games will be announced later this morning. The Paralympic-style sporting event for wounded servicemen and women, will staged at the site of the former Olympic Games in East London next month.
The Invictus Games are being organised with the support and backing of The Royal Foundation of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry and the Ministry of Defence. Launched by Prince Harry earlier this year, the event will use the power of sport to inspire recovery, support rehabilitation and generate a wider understanding and respect of those who serve their country.
The nine adaptive sports to feature at the Invictus Games are: Archery, Athletics, Wheelchair Basketball, Road Cycling, Powerlifting, Indoor Rowing, Wheelchair Rugby, Swimming and Sitting Volleyball